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DIAL 1974 

Table of Contents 

Dedication 
As We See It 

The Year 

Administration 

Faculty 

Classes and Clubs 

Sports 

Special Events 

Seniors 

THE STAFF 



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Rita Lanigan Editor-in-Chief 



Jeff Brooks 



Hazel McMaster Assistant and Lay-out 



Barbara Brown 



Susan Geller Literary 



John Bugden 



Donald Papa Photography 



Robert "Chip"Cronin 



Vicki Farr Business 


Patti O'Brien 


Sandy Clark 


Terry O'Brien 


Special Thanks to Margaret Bulens 


Sally Seekings 



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Dr. D. Justin McCarthy 
President 



To the Class of 1974 I offer my congratulations on the 
accomplishments which brought you to graduation, my 
thanks for bringing to our college an influence which has 
made it a better college, and my best wishes for every success 
in the years ahead. 

You have grown toward maturity in college years marked 
by great change. Enrollment at Framingham has increased 
sharply, physical expansion has come at a dramatic pace, and 
our whole curriculum has been restructured. The Class of 
1974 has shown leadership and cooperation which have been 
strong factors in contributing to these constructive changes 
and in helping to implement them. 

Recognizing the worth and the inevitability of change to 
meet the needs of changing times, it must be realized that 
there are standards and values which are timeless. The times 
in which you have been college students have been 
characterized by uncertainty and doubt, even as to the course 
of our own nation and the standards and values which would 
undergird it. 

It is my hope that your years at Framingham have helped 
you develop not only academic excellence but inner strength 
and conviction. It is my confident expectation that your 
adherence to standards and values—to our college motto 
"Live to the Truth"~will bring you satisfaction and 
fulfillment in your future. 

President D. Justin McCarthy 




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Dr. Gail E. Cosgrove 
Executive Vice-President 





Dr. Robert H. Marsh 
Assistant to the President 



Dr. Vincent J. Mara 
Academic Dean 



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Dr. Constance B. Jordan 
Dean of Graduate Studies. 






Dr. Joseph R. Palladino 
Dean of Continuing Studies. 



Mr. George Breunig 
Director of Fiscal Affairs 



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Dr. Albert E. Goodrich, Jr. 
Director of Admissions 





Dean Dennis C. Golden 
Dean of Students 



Mr. David Kneeland, Jr. 
Associate Director of Admissions 



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A. Carolla Haglund 
Dean of Women 



Dean Edward J. DeSaulnier, III 
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E. Joseph Lee 
Director of Placement 



Victor A. Gould 
Psychological Counselor 

Martha Lamb 
College Counselor 









Mr. Philip M. Dooher 
Financial Aid Officer 




Mr. Joseph P. Lopes 
Disadvantage Students Program 





Dudley R. Marsh 

Director of Administrative Services 



Ms. Wendy L. Noyes 
Coordinator of Residence Living 



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In the past, the yearbook's faculty section appeared as almost a 
catalogue of faces. 

This year, an attempt was made to work the faculty pages into a 
more meaningful section. 

The student body was polled as to their preference of faculty 
members to be included in this section. 

The three professors chosen to write their views on truth were: Dr. 
John R. Ambacher, Associate Professor of History, Dr. Arthur M. 
Doyle, Professor of Physics and Ms. D. Geraldine Guertin, Assistant 
Professor of Psychology. 

Their write-ups were based on rough guidelines set by the 
yearbook editors, but are basically the personal thoughts of each 
professor. 

This section is not a tribute to them alone. We have merely 
centered our attention on them . . . 

Our desire was to gain a concentrated outlook of a few, rather 
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Dr. John R. Ambacher 



In his eulogy to Malcolm X. Ossie Davis concluded his 
remarks by stating that Malcolm possessed the rarest of human 
traits-truthfulness. Despite the attitudes of cynicism and 
manipulation which pervade our political and social 
environment, it is rather tragic that we must argue the merits of 
truthfulness. Yet. when the pressures to acquiesce . to do what 
is expedient tend to guide our behavior, when rationalization 
becomes a national pastime, then perhaps one should put aside 
his sense of awkwardness in proclaiming that most often 
mentioned but least practiced of human attitudes— truthfulness. 

Members of the Framingham college communitv are well 
acquainted with the motto "Live to the truth". Cynics, like 
myself, who have witnessed leaders in academic, business, and 
political life issuing pious proclamations of personal honestv 
and integrity which all too often belie their everyday actions, 
tend to ignore or ridicule those who would proclaim "truth" as 
a sustainable code of behavior. For against the far easier path 
of cooption and resignation, the burdensom standard of truth 
often leaves one isolated and frustrated. Though "Live to the 
truth" may ring hollow and trite in its repeated proclamation 
during one's stav at Framingham. it is the most basic and 
meaningful lesson we can take away with us if we desire to 
change and to better the "human condition." 








Dr. Arthur M.Doyle. 

The years one spends at college are. under the best of 
circumstances . years devoted to seeking after truth. That is. the 
process of educating oneself is. in a sense, the process of 
learning how to seek out the truth, and further, how to 
recognize and accept it when confronted bv it. 

Truth can be sought on many levels and acquired m many 
forms: the activities involved ranging anywhere from the simple 
acquistion of established "facts", to the discovery of new truths 
through original research. But one of the most important truths 
one can seek after, in college or elsewhere, is that of self- 
awareness: i.e. to answer the question. "Who . or what, am I?" 

Finding the answer to such a question is no easv matter, and 
may well consume the better part of a lifetime. One thing is 
certain however: the process of learning the truth about vourself 
must include the task of learning the full extent of vour 
abilities, as well as vour limitations. As obvious as that 
statement mav seem. I am convinced that most students coming 
to college have very little idea of their true capabilities, and in 
many cases thev err on the side of underestimating themselves. 

To gain self-knowledge requires the courage and willingness 
to deliberately seek out and accept formidable challenges. These 
mav appear in the form of a difficult course, an arduous 
research project, or the leadership position of a committee or 
organization. Even 7 time you succeed in such endeavors, you 
will have learned something more about vourself. Failure also 
brings knowledge, for that shows something of vour limitations 
in a particular area. Learning the truth about oneself inevitably 
involves a certain amount of risk, the risk of failure. But it can 
also bring great rewards, through the discovery of reservoirs of 
ability and skill previously unsuspected. Onlv bv accepting such 
risks can you hope to find out who you are. or what you might 
become. 



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Ms. D. Geraldine Guertin 



When asked to write on the subject of truth, the first thing that 
came into my mind was the phrase embodied in the college hymn 
-Live To The Truth. To me, these words imply that we should 
attempt to: 
... be honest in our dealings with others, expressing that honesty 

not through absolute candor, but through that kind of honesty 

which is fully cognizant of both the feelings and needs of 

others. 
... act towards others with genuineness and sincerity, displaying 

an openness to the experiences and feelings of others which 

communicates our respect for them. 
. . . express our loyalty not as blind faith, but as a reasoned 

judgment as to the worth of that person or institution to which 

we are pledging our fealty. 
. . . discern the reality of experience which exists both for ourselves 

and for others, realizing that, given the individualistic nature 

of all experience, what is "real" for one person, may not be 

"real" for another. 
And finally, we should act not for the sake of expediency, but 
on the basis of principle. 



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MARY BOND Ed.M. 

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NANCY BOWDEN Ph.D. 

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chrmn. home economics 

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asst. prof, psych. 

WILLIAM F. BUGDEN Ph.D. 

chrmn. sociology 

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prof, education 

FRANK CASTAGNA Ph.D. 

assoc. prof. math. 



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asst. prof education 

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assoc. prof, english 

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assoc. prof math. 

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assoc. prof chem. 

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asst. prof, biology 

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asst. prof. Spanish 

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assoc. prof. math. 

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asst. prof economics 

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prof, english 

PHILIP J. DOHERTY M.S. 

instr. journalism 




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instr. geography 

ARTHUR M. DOYLE Ph.D. 

prof, physics 

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asst. prof, biology 

STEPHEN DURKEE M.S. 

assoc. prof, art 

THOMAS B. EAMES Ph.D. 

asst. prof chem. 

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asst. prof, history 

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asst. prof, english 

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asst. prof, art 

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asst. prof, music 

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asst. prof, psych. 

KAREN GASH M.S. 

instr. home economics 

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prof, home economics 



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asst. prof. math. 

JOHN GORDON M.A. 

asst. prof history 

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dir. prof, experience 

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asst. prof, psych. 

PHILIP C. GUIN A.M. 

asst. prof philosophy 

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asst. prof. Spanish 

THOMAS H. HAIGHT Ph.D. 

assoc. prof, biology 

CLARENCE D. HAMMOND PhD 

asst. prof psych. 

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chrmn. history 

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prof, philosophy 

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prof, english 

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instr. english 

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prof, geography 

VALERIE S. HODGSON M.S. 

asst. prof, biology 

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asst. prof, psych. 

JOAN E. HORRIGAN D.A.A. 

assoc. prof chrmn. speech 

SAM JOHNSON M.F.A. 

instr. art 

DANA N. JOST Ph.D. 

prof, biology 

HARRY L. JULIA Ph.D. 

assoc. prof chrmn. psych. 

HAROLD O. KIESS Ph.D. 

assoc. prof psych. 

WALTER H. KLAR M.A.Ed. 

asst. prof, education 

THOMAS KOSHY Ph.D. 

assoc. prof math. 

DONALD F. KRIER Ph.D. 

assoc. prof, economics 

GEORGE W. FREYE Ph.D. 

asst. prof german 

DOROTHEA J. KUNDE Ed.D. 

asst. prof, education 




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asst. prof, french 

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asst. prof, biology 

THOMAS LEONARD M.S. 

instr. mathematics 

LEAH LIPTON MA. 

instr. art 

RITA E. LOOS Ph.D. 

assoc. prof, history 

LORRAINE LOW Ph.D. 

prof, psychology 

ETHEL LUCAS M.S. 

asst. prof home ec. 

PATRICK W. LUCK Ph.D. 

asst. prof, sociology 

ANN MACKEY Ed.D. 

prof, physical ed. 

ELIZABETH A. MAHAN Ed.D. 

prof, education 

JOHN C. MAHON M.A. 

asst. prof english 

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instr. speech 

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instr. english 

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asst. prof Spanish 

ARTHUR MAZMANIAN B.A. 

instr. art 

rita e. Mclaughlin M.Ed. 

asst. prof, language 

CAHTERINE McNAMARA M.Ed. 

asst. prof home ec. 

MARY M. MELLEY M.Ed. 

instr. home economics 

RICHARD B. MICHAEL Ph.D. 

prof, history 

MADELINE E. MONROE M.A. 

assoc. prof clothing 

MARY E. MURPHY M.A. 

instr. english 

JOHN T. MURRAY M.S. 

assoc. prof physical sc. 

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asst. prof, english 

MARY LOUISE O'CONNOR Ph.D. 

prof, chrmn. education 

BRUCE R. PARKER Ph.D. 

instr. history 

PAUL D. PETERSON Ph.D. 

asst. prof, physics 



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asst. prof, english 

MARGARET POTTER M.S. 

instr. home economics 

JOSEPH J. PREVITE Ph.D. 

prof, biology 

ALICE QUINN M.Ed. 

asst. prof, physical ed. 

ROBERT D. RAMSDELL Ph.D. 

prof, philosophy 

JOSEPHINE REITER M.M. 

instr. music 

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languages 

ROBERTA A. ROBERTS M.A. 

asst. prof history 

EDNA J. ROBINSON M.S. 

asst. prof math. 

CHESTER ROSKEY Ph.D. 

asst. prof, biology 

BERNARD H. ROSMAN Ph.D. 

assoc. prof math. 

CAROL RUSSEL Ph.D. 

assoc. prof chem. 

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assoc. prof history 

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prof, english 




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instr. men's phys. ed. 

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prof chrmn. english 

MARIE J. SALVUCCI E.Ed. 

asst. prof phys. ed. 

JAMES P. SAVAS M.A. 

prof, chrmn. music 

BARBARA W. SCULLANE M.Ed. 

asst. prof, home ec. 

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prof, english 

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prof, psychology 

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asst. prof. math. 

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chrmn. geography 

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asst. prof. Spanish 

HARRIET SKILLERN M.A. 

asst. prof, sociology 




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asst. prof biology 

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prof, biology 

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asst. prof biology 

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prof, history 

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asst. prof. art. 

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asst. prof biology 

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instr. art 

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prof, psychology 

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asst. prof, psych. 

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prof, chrmn. chemistry 

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Framingham State provided a variety of means of escape from 
classes and studies this year through its special events. 

Programs ranging from films and guest speakers to concerts and 
mixers were sponsored by Student Union— chairman, Bill Delprete, 
Special Programs—chairman, Maryellen Sugermeyer, Kappa Delta 
Phi and other campus organizations. 

The month of September started off with a mini-concert spon- 
sored by Student Union, a Ram Boosters Mixer with "Sacrifice", 
and the beginning of Tuesday night Student Union movies. During 
October, Special Programs and Student Union ran two one-act 
plays— "The Typists" and "The Tigers". Near the end of the month 
the Hilltop Players presented the play Volpone. Volpone was again 
presented during the first weekend of November, and Governor 
Francis W. Sargent spoke at the college at the end of the month. 
December saw the continuation of the Student Union movies and 
film festivals, and the Christmas Music Clubs Concert. The annual 
Winter Weekend Festival was held during February, and Stunt 
Night in March. 

Dial regrets that all special events could not be represented due to 
printing schedules. We have included as many as possible, starting 
with events held during Spring 1973. 



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The Governor spoke for a few minutes, and then asked 
for questions from the floor. 

Sargent warned the audience of a "new force" that has 
come to dominate our lives. The "new force" being the 
computer. Quoting Jerome Wiesner of M.I.T. who stated: 
If we are not careful, 1984 could come to pass unnoticed 
as we applaud our technological achievements", the Gov- 
ernor indicated the National Crime Information Center 
(N.C.I.C.) as an illustration of Dr. Wiesner's concern. 

Referring to this system, Sargent stated: "the computer 
allows a government to interfere with the private lives of 
individuals." He further commented that much of the 
information received on citizens by N.C.I.C. "should not 
be there by any stretch of the imagination." 

Feeling the federal government had failed to create 
necessary safeguards in the N.C.I.C. system, the Gover- 
nor on June 13, 1973, refused to allow Massachusetts to 
join the federal system, establishing instead, its own 
Criminal History system incorporating necessary safety 
guidelines. 

During the question-answer period, one of the primary 
concerns was the tuition increase bills presently before 
the Massachusetts legislature. Sargent explained that, if 
there is to be an increase, this increase must be used 
solely for educational purposes. The Governor mentioned 
that he favors a graduated scale, with tuition based on 
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On April 23, 1973 the apathetic response usually shown to visiting speakers came to a hiatus. 
Dwight auditorium was filled with a crowd of students and members of faculty and 
administration combined. The air was heavy with excitement and anticipation, the reason: 
Senator Edward M. Kennedy , on a three day goodwill tour of Massachusetts, was to arrive any 
minute, as a guest of the Young Democrats Club. 

The Senator, on Easter Recess from Congress, was meeting with different groups across the 
State particularly young adults, the goal of which was to ascertain what political issues the 
people of Massachusetts were primarily concerned with. 

Remarking he had read in the New York Times that college and university campuses were 
"cooling off, Kennedy questioned whether this period of apathy was a return to the attitude 
prevalent during the '50's. Speaking from his own experiences, students during that period were 
interested in their own futures and responsibiliites. They were "silent" concerning political 
issues. Kennedy commented that if our generation was returning to the '50's attitude, then this 
was a matter of great distress for the State and the Nation. 

Speaking for himself, the Senator said he had found that it was the young people who had 
carved the ways of important issues in the Nation. He made reference to the Civil Rights 
movement of the early 1960's and the late '60's effort on our involvement in South East Asia as 
examples of the important Citizens' Lobby working during that period. Kennedy stated that the 
hope for the future lay in whether this kind of Citizens' Lobby can develop again. "Many 
people view the efforts of the 1960's as empty!" The Senator sees them as important beyond 
realization. 

Quoting Oliver Wendel Holmes' remarks when appointed to the Supreme Court of 
Massachusetts: "One must be active in the actions and passions of our time or not to have been 
judged to live." Kennedy commented he viewed the question of whether our generation will be 
part of "the actions and passions of our time" as today's major issue. 



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Home Economics 



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Art 






Laura Ambrose 
History 



Donna A. Anderson 
Home Economics 



Paula S. Anderson 
Clothing Textiles 




Lynne Angelo 
Elementary 










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Rita Ansbergs 
Clothing Textiles 






Linda Antonio 
Spanish 



Patricia Babson 
Home Economics 



Denise Barci 
French 



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Susan F. Barnard 
Food and Nutrition 



Ann M. Barry 
French 



Ellen Barry 
French 






Sumru K. Basaran 
English 



Janice Beattie 
Elementary 



Joan R. Bechtold 
Elementary 






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Psychology 



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Early Childhood 



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Elementary 



Maryellen Binda 
Early Childhood 






Nancy Blaisdell 
Food and Nutrition 



Patricia A. Blaisdell 
Chemistry 



Judy Bond 
Elementary 






Janet Borlen 
Elementary 



Denise Boule 
Early Childhood 



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Biology 



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Martha L. Brennan 
Elementary 



Christine Briand 
Elementary 



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Early Childhood 





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Home Economics 




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Elementary 



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Psychology 



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Elementary 



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Elementary 






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History 



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Elementary 



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Earth Science 






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Elementary 



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Early Childhood 






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Susan Cugini 
Psychology 



Linda Cupoli 
Elementary 



Dianne Curley 
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Christine Dallas 
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Leo Dalpe 
History 






Janet Daly 
Elementary 



Kristine L. D'Angelo 
Foods and Nutrition 



Nancy A. Daniels 
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Elementary 



Maria Dentino 
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Kathleen Donnelly 
Elementary 



Diane Donovick 
Elementary 






Nancy Doyle 



Patricia Driscoll 
Elementary 



Ellen M. Duggan 
Home Economics 






Donna Durkee 
Early Childhood 



Leslie Durkin 
Elementary 



John E. Early 
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Marilyn Eddy 
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Janet Ellis 
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Richard D. Ellis 
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Judith Espanet 
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William Fannon 




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Judith Fraser 






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Psychology 



Jane C. Gagen 
Early Childhood 



Janet Galvin 
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Susan E. Geller 
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Nancy Germaine 
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Kathy Gianino 
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Susan J. Giguere 
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Beverly Good 
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Janice Good 
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Carla Gresian 
Chemistry 



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Peter Guardiani 
Earth Science 







Patricia Guiney 



Margaret Hagemeister 
English 



Karen Hanney 
Elementary 






Leslie A. Hartwell 
Psychology 



Angelica V. Hatgelakas 
French 



Catherine Hatgelakas 
Art 









Florence Haugh 
Medical Technology 



Christina Heard 
Elementary 



Penny Hefter 






Susan Helenius 
Elementary 



Susan Herlihy 
Foods and Nutrition 



Diane Hicks 
Elementary 






Kathleen Hicks 
English 



Brian Holden 



Valerie J. Hollander 
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Earth Science 



Mary Hurley 
Elementary 



Julia Hurll 
Elementary 






Alisa B. Hurwitz 
Early Childhood 



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Jacqueline Huxley 
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Diane Lapworth 
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Cheryl Laviolette 
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Patricia Leon 
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Donna Loker 
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Mary A. Lowney 
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Paul Luba 
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Irene Lunn 

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Anne Luppi 
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Deborah C. Mank 
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Psychology 



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Anne T. McNealy 
English 



William Mee 
History 



Bernard Menendez 
Psychology 






John K. Mills 
History 



Glenda L. Minkle 
Art 



Joan F. Moran 
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Early Childhood 



Christine Mulcahy 
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Janet M. Murphy 
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Barbara Naughton 
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Jeanne Navin 
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Elizabeth Neal 
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Barbara Nemensky 
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Patricia O'Brien 
Biology 



Susan T. O'Connell 
Early Childhood 




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Early Childhood 



Maria C. Olbes 
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Jane Oleksyk 



Barbara Omiceioli 



Virginia O'Neil 
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Susan Osterman 
Foods and Nutrition 



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Clothing Textiles 



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Deborah Quist 
Early Childhood 



James S. Rando 
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Geography 



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Linda Rowley 
Early Childhood 



Susan Russell 
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Biology 



Kathleen Scully 
Elementary 












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Chemistry 



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Elementary 



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Julianne Skinner 
Clothing Textiles 






Judith K. Smith 
Earth Science 



Nancy S. Snape 
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Ann L. Wasgatt 
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Rosalind Weaver 
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Christine Whalen 
Elementary 



Kathleen Wheaton 
Home Economics 






Deborah Whitney 
Clothing Textiles 



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Elementary 




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Pamela A. Abenaim. 7 Weld St., Apt. 44, Framingham, MA 

Paul Ackerman, 17 Harding St., Milford, MA 

Jean Adamowski, 37 Georgetown Dr., A 10, Framingham, MA 

Carleen Adamski, 468 Central St., Framingham, MA 

Thomas F. Adrian, 91 Evans St., Watertown, MA 

James C. Akillian, 130 Dexter Ave., Watertown, MA 

Brenda Allen, 89 Laurel St., Longmeaeow, MA 

Jeanne M. Allen, 93 Harding St., Medfield, MA 

Marilyn H. Allen, 24 Hartford St., Medfield, MA 

Susan Allen 204 Prospect Hill Rd., Noank, CT 

Steven E. Alley, 163 Cottage St., Natick. MA 

Lynda Alluzio, 35 Whitney Ave., Framingham, MA 

Laura Ambrose, 56 Longhill Rd., Lynn, MA 

Donna A. Anderson, 128 Randall St., NO Easton, MA 

Jessie Anderson, 22 Dwelley Ave., Hanover, MA 

Paula S. Anderson, 8 Wildewood Terr., Framingham. MA 

Lynne Angelo, 15 Meleanie Ln., Brockton, MA 

Rita Ansbergs, 23 Caldwell St., No Weymouth, MA 

Ann J. Appleby, 24 Hickory Dr., Maplewood, NJ. 

Stephen R. Augustini. 17 Metropolitan Ave., Ashland, MA 

Patricia Babson, 46 Ralph Rd., Raynham, MA 

David Ball, 20 Greenwood St., Marlborough, MA 

Denise Barci, 65 Fairfield Ave., Westfield, MA 

Susan F. Barnard, Box 711, Bridge Rd., Eastham. MA 

Ann M. Barry, 146 Park St., Medford, MA 

Ellen Barry, 35 Foxmeadow Ln.. Arlington, MA 

Mary T. Barry, 44 Summer St., Quincy, MA 

Sumru K. Basaran, 50 Allen Rd., Winchester, MA 

Janice Beattie, 2 Hamilton Rd., Somerville, MA 

Joan R. Bechtold, 68 Brigham St. Northboro, MA 

Jean J. Belina, 15 McAlee Ave., Framingham, MA 

Ruth C. Bell, 2 Woodside Rd., Framingham, MA 

Bertrand Belhveau. 32 Rumford Ave.. Waltham, MA 

Naomi P. Belmore, 164 Felton St., Marlboro, MA 

Stephanie Bengiovanni, 21 Second St., Framingham, MA 

Kathleen Bergen, 133 Pond Plain Rd., Westwood, MA 

Gail Bernstein, 9 Elwin Rd., Natick, MA 

Georee A. Berte, 200 West Hill Rd., Marlboro, MA 

Denis Berlin, 109 Woodland St., Natick, MA 

Marsha Betti, 157 Farmington Cir., Marlboro, MA 

Maryellen Binda, 9 Gillridge Pkwy., Middletown, NJ 

Nancy Blaisdell, 32 Beulah St., Apt. 7, Framingham, MA 

Patricia A. Blaisdell, 24 Vernon Rd., Natick, MA 

Deborah Blumer, 7 Ledgewood Rd., Framingham, MA 

Nancy L. Bodio, 58 Mt Pleasant St., Milford, MA 

Paula J. Bonafide, 83 Vernon St., Waltham, MA 

Judy Bond, 30 Glenburn Rd., Arlington, MA 

Janet Borlen, 1245 Dwight St., Holyoke, MA 

Denise Boule, 108 Longfellow Rd., Worcester, MA 

Elizabeth Braasch, 149 Dorset Rd., Waban, MA 

Margaret Bradley, 103 Pond St., Natick, MA 

Dawn Braman, 62 Bartlett St., Northboro, MA 

Marian Breault, 8 Prospect St., Ashland, MA 

Martha L. Brennan, 129 Goden St., Belmont, MA 

Christine Briand, 356 Gray St., Arlington, MA 

Deborah Briggs, 485 Paradise Ave., Middletown, RI 



Barbara W. Brine, 29 Funn Pond Rd E., Dennis, MA 
Eleanor Brosnahan. 12 Old Wood Rd.. Framingham, MA 
Susan Brouillette, Homecrest Ave.. Slatersville RI 
Denise Brousseau, 434 Worcester St., Southbridge, MA 
Amy M. Brown. 54 Atherton Rd.. Brookline, MA 
Barbara Brown, 133 Washington Ave., Dedham, MA 
Cassandra D. Brown, 162 Leoleis Dr., Marlboro, MA 
Mary P. Brown, 83 Morse St. Watertown, MA 
Jean Bryant, 22 Abbott Rd., Wellesley, MA 
Linda J. Bryer, 18 Holliston St., Medway, MA 
Ann Bsmith. 10 Wittemore St.. W Roxbury, MA 
Rebecca Buxton, 57 Washington St., Marlboro, MA 
Patricia Caffrey, 57 Daniels St., Millis, MA 
Susan Cahill, 57 Boyce St., Auburn, MA 
Geraldine Campbell. 32 Shore Rd., Waltham, MA 
Carolyn Candage, 299 Main St.. Wilbraham, MA 
Carol Canova, 978 Waverly St., Framingham, MA 
Marie Caradonna, 22 Course Brook Rd., Sherborn. MA 
Nadine Cardinal, 2 Farnum Dr., Holyoke, MA 
Marilyn Carey, 55 Glen St., Rockland, MA 
Ruth Carlson, 166 Common St., Watertown, MA 
Ann Carr, 29 Lantern Ln., Weymouth, MA 
Rosemary Carr, 274 Boston Ave., A 5. Medford, MA 
Michele Carrier, 162 High Hill Rd., No Dartmouth. MA 
Marilyn Carroll, 130 Collins St., So Attleboro, MA 
Roberta Cartwright, 41 Oliva Ct., Stoughton, MA 
Ghislaine A. Casella, 70 Coolidge Cir. Northboro, MA 
Steven F. Caspary, 1 1 Pratt St. Framingham, MA 
Judy E. Castaldi. 39 Parsons St., Brighton, MA 
Paul J. Cavicchi. 30 Kilburn Rd., W. Newton, MA 
Gregory Cayford. 216 Pleasant St.. Framingham, MA 
Barbara Chaples. 1 1 Edmands Dr.. Framingham, MA 
Grace A. Chapman, Farm St., Dover, MA 
Randy J. Chapman. 58 Waldo Rd., Arlington, MA 
Joy Charron, 24 Morse Ave., So Attleboro, MA 
Ruth U. Chavier, 68 Massasoit Ave.. Fairhaven, MA 
Denise Chiacchia, 30 Fern St., Natick, MA 
Ann M. Chiarelli, 269 River St. Waltham, MA 
Anna Chiodetti, 64 Alpine PI., Franklin, MA 
Cynthia Christ, 52 Oak Ridge Cir., Lynn, MA 
Evelyn Christos, 27 Mechanic St., Webster, MA 
Martha Cipullo, 19 Shelley Ave.. E Weymouth, MA 
Barbara Clark, 18 High Street Spencer, MA 
Sandra Clark, 280 Park St., Stoughton. MA 
Deborah Colaluca, 17 Washington St., Hudson, MA 
Charline Comeau, 285 Waverley St., Belmont, MA 
Robert D. Condron, 73 Clark St., Framingham, MA 
Linda Congdon, 412 Union Street, Braintree, MA 
Dennis A. Connole, 18 Orne St., Worcester, MA 
Barbara A. Conroy, 47 Spring St., Walpole, MA 
Glenn Coppelman, 14 Claudette Cir., Framingham, MA 
Joanne J. Coppola, 34 Beulah St., Apt. 5, Framingham, MA 
Joseph Comely, 173 Parkerville Rd.. Southboro, MA 
Catherine Correia, 51 Grant St., Marlboro, MA 
Pamela Costello, 45 Felch Rd., Natick, MA 
Daniel Cotter, 163 Crest Ave., Revere, MA 



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Joyce Coulter, 312 Randall Rd., Berlin, MA 

Denise Coutu, 1 10 Nagog Hill Rd.. Acton. MA 

Joseph E. Coutu. 129 Rockland St.. Holliston. MA 

Carol J. Coverly. 4 Highrock Rd.. Holliston. MA 

Vernice Cowell. 19 Chestnut St.. Easthampton, MA 

Harold P. Coyle, 8 Brant Ln.. Littleton, MA 

Nancy Crockett. 37 Garden Pkwv.. Norwood. MA 

Cindy Croke, Apt. 51, 28 Emands Rd.. Framingham, MA 

Patricia Cronin. 5 Hayden PI.. Wellesley, MA 

Robert E. Cronin. 166 Spring St.. Millis, MA 

Linda L. Cruickshank. 1641 Washington St.. Walpole, MA 

Susan Cugini. 32 Main St.. Apt. 8. Framingham, MA 

Linda Cupoli, 82 Central St., Auburndale, MA 

Dianne Curley, 33 Freedom St.. Milford, MA 

Kevin R. Currie, Apt. 137, Winthrop St.. Framingham. MA 

Judith A. Curtis, 42 Bobsled Dr.. Needham. MA 

Kathleen Cusack. 7 Ellen Terr.. Watertown, MA 

Christine Dallas. 61 Ledgelawn Ave., Lexington, MA 

Leo Dalpe. 61 Essex St., So Bellingham, MA 

Janet Daly, 49 White Ave., Newton Centre, MA 

Kristine L. DAngelo, 329 Westwood Ave., E Longmeadow. MA 

Nancy A. Daniels, 37 Clinton St., Apt. 2, Framingham. MA 

lain Deeley. 22 Marshall Terr. Wayland. MA 

William J. Delprete. 64 Clark St.. Framingham, MA 

Maria Dentino. 53 Huntington Ave.. Weymouth. MA 

Ronald J. Derochers, 14 Creighton St., Cambridge, MA 

Patrick Desantis. 12 Adams St., Worcester, MA 

Theresa Desantis. 39 Knight Rd.. Framingham, MA 

Thomas Desilets, 9 Berkeley Rd., Framingham, MA 

Diane B. Diamond. 243 Savin Hill Ave.. Dorchester. MA 

Judith T. Dimuzio, 91 Leigh St., Framingham, MA 

Nancy Donahue, 198 S Quinsigamond Ave., Shrewsbury, MA 

Kathleen Donnelly, 291 No Washington St., N Attleboro, MA 

Diane Donovick, 46 Exchange St., Rockland, MA 

John D. Dora. 9 Haynes St.. Maynard, MA 

Stephen W. Draper, 23 Trowbridge Rd., Worcester, MA 

George H. Drinkwater, 617 Washington St., Holliston, MA 

Patricia Driscoll, 19 Newton Rd., Arlington, MA 

Frederick Dufault, 14 Bengnal St., Allston, MA 

Ellen M. Duggan, 4 Wayne Rd., Manson, MA 

Diane Dunn. 41 Felch Rd., Natick. MA 

Maureen Dunn, 1818 Washington St., Canton, MA 

Charles Duponte, 28 Pine Island Rd., Mattapoisett, MA 

Donna Durkee, 6 Moulton St., Newburyport, MA 

Leslie Durkin, 40 Hersom St., Watertown, MA 

Thomas J. Dusenbery, 137 South St., Medfield, MA 

John E. Early, 15 Second St., Apt. 1. Framingham, MA 

John O. Eckert. 84 Main St.. Rowley, MA 

Marilyn Eddy, 578 Lincoln St., Duxbury, MA 

Brian Egan. 304 Beale St., Quincy, MA 

Charlotte Ehrenberg, 18 Homestead St., Lexington, MA 

Serilee Ehrenwald, 126 Beaver St., A 131. Framingham, MA 

Janet Ellis, 110 Dutcher St., Hopedale, MA 

Richard D. Ellis, 15 Fisher Ave., Brockton, MA 

Judith Espanet. 134 West Spruce St., Milford, MA 

Daniel Etter, 61 So Worcester St., Chartley, MA 



Gail Evans, 58 Puritan Rd., Watertown, MA 

John M. Evans. 12 Plain St.. Natick, MA 

Paula Fairfield, 18 Temi Rd., Hudson. MA 

Mary Farragher, 130 Pearl St., Clinton, MA 

Kathleen M. Fay, 35 Kensington St., Newtonville, MA 

Mary P. Fay. 41 Beechwood Rd., Wellesley, MA 

Joanne Ferst, 693 Concord St., Framingham, MA 

Sandra Ferullo, 28 Rumford Park Ave., Woburn, MA 

Maryanne F. Filosa, 7 Pheasant Cir., A 9. Milford, MA 

Gail Fleming, Box 145 Hudson Rd., Bolton, MA 

Kathaleen T. Flynn, 189 Lynn Fells Pkwy., Melrose, MA 

Leslie Ford. 222 Cain Ave., Braintree, MA 

David S. French, 63 Clark St., Framingham, MA 

Shanna Frost, 334 Concord St., Framingham. MA 

Diane G. Gabrielle, 189 High Street, Jefferson, MA 

Jane C. Gagen, 50 Beech St., Framingham, MA 

Janet Galvin. 133 Devon Rd., Norwood, MA 

Mary S. Ganley, 15 Lowell Mason Rd., Medfield, MA 

Donna B. Gath, 81 Jewett St., Newton, MA 

Lucille Gaudreau, 9 James St., Plainville. MA 

Susan E. Geller, 94 Pleasant St. Medfield, MA 

Barbara Gentry, 43 Prior Dr., Framingham, MA 

Nancy Germaine, 71 Roosevelt Dr., Southbridge, MA 

Francoise Gervais, 6 Revolutionary Rd., Sudbury, MA 

Kathy Gianino, 57 Yale St., Medford, MA 

Susan J. Giguere, 86 Barrows St., Dedham, MA 

Philip A. Giroux, 109 Woodland St., Natick. MA 

Jane Glover, 432 Chestnut St., Ashland, MA 

Beverly Good, 24 Hayes St.. Framingham, MA 

Janice Good, 24 Hayes St., Framingham. MA 

Marie H. Goodridge, 24 Freemont St., Lexington, MA 

Sallie M. Goodrow, P. Box 47, Dennis, MA 

Betty Goodwin, 523 Maple St., Franklin, MA 

Cynthia A. Grace, 161 Oak St., Ashland, MA 

John G. Grace. 188 Grant St., Framingham. MA 

Penelope Grande, 26 Pine Ridge Rd., Reading, MA 

Peter A. Graves, 45 Leland St., Apt. 5, Framingham, MA 

Carla Gresian, 81 Main St., Hopkinton, MA 

Joan C. Grieb, Broadmeadow R Bldg., 87 Marlboro, MA 

Peter Guardiani, 21 Essex St., Framingham, MA 

Cheryl G. Gucwa, 82 Church St., Apt. 10 A. Northboro, MA 

Susan E. Gumb, 6 Ashby Rd., Bedford, MA 

Margaret Hagemeister, 8 Harvard St. .Natick, MA 

Karen Hanney, 31 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Holbrook, MA 

Leslie A. Hartwell, 37 Birch Dr., Concord, MA 

Angelica V. Hatgelakas, 22 Long Hill Rd., Ashland, MA 

Catherine Hatgelakas, 22 Long Hill Rd., Ashland, MA 

(•Catherine Hayes, 48 Mechanic St., Holliston, MA 

Robert Haynes. 25 Fisher St., Natick, MA 

Sharon R. Hayward, 45 Sunset Dr., Northboro, MA 

Christina Heard, 115 Allen Ave., Waban, MA 

Kathleen H. Heinecke, 43 Highland Ave., Sudbury, MA 

Susan Helenius, 108 Fort Meadow Dr., Hudson, MA 

Eva Helfant, 12 Livoli Rd., Framingham, MA 

Maryjane N. Henneberry, 214 Mass Ave., Lexington, MA 

Susan Herlihy, 178 Dale St., Dedham, MA 



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Elaine Hermann. 40 Albermarle Rd., Newtonville. MA 

Kathleen E. Hickey, 53 Main St., Apt. 4 B. Medway. MA 

Diane Hicks, 8 Howe St., Needham, MA 

Kathleen Hicks, 108 Pond St.. Natick. MA 

Carla Hoffman, 530 Grove St., Framingham, MA 

Laurie Hoffman, 135 E Main St., Apt. H-l, Westboro, MA 

Valerie J. Hollander. 76 Pine St., Milford, MA 

Emily M. Hotz, 307 High Rock St., Needham, MA 

John T. Hourihan Jr., 31 Dennison Ave., Apt. 9, Framingham, MA 

Mary Hurley, 32 Beulah St.. Apt. 7. Framingham, MA 

Julia Hurll, 7 Parker St., Saugus, MA 

Alisa B. Hurwitz, 28 Springhill Rd.. Framingham, MA 

Jacqueline Huxley. 7 Westmoreland Rd.. Hingham. MA 

Lynn Iadarola, 82 Grove St., Milford, MA 

Leo Iozzo, 721 Norfolk St., Holliston, MA 

Mary E. Jacques, 760 Farm Rd., Apt. 128, Marlboro, MA 

Amta James, 27 Spring Ln., Framingham, MA 

Jerold J. Jeffrey, 47 Frederick St., Framingham, MA 

Sharon Jeffrey, 26 Winnemay St., Natick, MA 

Margaret E. Johnston, 14 Ernest Ave., Worcester, MA 

Pamela J. Joyce, 915 Edgell Rd., A 85, Framingham, MA 

Susan M. Joyce, 59 Saint Lo St., Framingham, MA 

Madeline Jue, 1 10 South Main St., Natick. MA 

Mary E. Kadra, 61 Waverly St., Ashland. MA 

Alyson Kagan, 4 June Ln., Newton Centre, MA 

Rona Kahn, 29 Woodmere Rd., Framingham, MA 

Sharon L. Kain, 21 Auburn St., Apt. 1, Framingham, MA 

Christine M. Kane, 3 High St., Westboro, MA 

Katherine Kane, 8 Central St., Westboro, MA 

Annette Katz, 128 Meadowbrook Rd.. Longmeadow, MA 

Pamela J. Kaufmann, 2 Lakewood Rd., Natick, MA 

Thomas E. Kay, 933 Worcester Rd.. Framingham, MA 

Patricia Keane, 89 Durnell Ave.. Roslindale. MA 

Margaret Keeler. 1 Tower Ave., Needham Heights, MA 

Joseph A. Kellogg, 2 Ramsey Grt., Barrington. MA 

Elizabeth Kelly, 25 Lisa Ann Dr., Bellingham, MA 

Diane Keville, 28 Maple Ave., Hanover, MA 

Katherine F. Kilcoyne, 105 Newton St., Marlboro, MA 

Paula Kimball, 1 Floral Ave., Natick, MA 

Audrey Klein, 202 Stanford, Dr., Westwood, MA 

Patricia Kogut, 725 Pulaski Blvd.. Bellingham. MA 

Cheryl Kohn, 82 Shaw Farm Rd., Holliston, MA 

Donna Koufos, 194 Robert Rd„ Dedham, MA 

Ann S. Kristof, 17 Weld St., Apt. 13, Framingham, MA 

Patricia Kuehne, 57 Second St., Framingham, MA 

Muriel Lambert, 252 Blackstone, St., Mendon, MA 

Jane N. Laney, 16 Mayberry Dr., A 10, Westboro. MA 

Rita Lanigan, 15 McGrath Way, Stoughton, MA 

Cynthia G. Lannon, Pleasant St., Marshfield His., MA 

Albertina Lansberg, 2 Delmar Rd., Medway. MA 

Diane Lapworth, 56 Houston Ave., Milton, MA 

Roger R. Lauze, 1 Palmetto Ave., Framingham. MA 

Cheryl Laviolette, 1079 S Main St., Bellingham, MA 

William N. Lazaris, 12 New Park St., Lynn, MA 

Patrick J. Lee, 1728 Lansing Ct.. McLean, VA 

Wendy A. Lemos, 218 Horseneck Rd., So Dartmouth, MA 



Patricia Leon, 7 Glenwood St., So. Natick, MA 

Peter J. Lepore, 378 Pleasant St., Marlboro, MA 

Lawrence G. Levay, 13 Summer St., Framingham, MA 

Mary E. Lewis, 13 Maple Ln., Framingham. MA 

David S. Leyland. 195 Grove St., Wellesley, MA 

Mary J. Loh, 9 Auburn St., Apt. 10, Framingham, MA 

Donna Loker, 1610 Worcester Rd., 343 A, Framingham, MA 

Mary Lopez. 68 Clinton St.. Marlboro, MA 

Joanne Loven, 61 Prospect St., Needham. MA 

Mary A. Lowney, 37 Brooks St.. Maynard, MA 

Paul Luba, 305 Chicopee St.. Chicopee. MA 

Irene Lunn, 49 Mt. Tom Ave., Easthampton. MA 

Anne Luppi. 1 188 East St., Dedham, MA 

Judith A. Lyons, 167 State St., Framingham, MA 

Stella MacDonald. 1 1 Edinboro PI., Newtonville, MA 

Michelle Macken. Box 251 Grt.. Barrington, MA 

Eldon W. Madsen, Wrentham, Stat., SC Box. Wrentham, MA 

Donna M. Mahoney, 238 Mystic St.. Arlington, MA 

Jacqueline Malin. 2 Tally Ho Ln.. Framingham, MA 

Ann Mangarpan. 5 Oakland Ave., Rockport, MA 

Deborah C. Mank, 229 Florence Rd., Waltham, MA 

Lena C. Marchi, 16 Pleasant St.. Wellesley, MA 

Catherine C. Marotta. 12 Elizabeth Rd.. Stoneham, MA 

Joanne Marrella, 33 Milo St., W. Newton, MA 

Ester M. Martin. 14 Arapahoe Rd., W. Newton, MA 

Ronald Mattioli. 44 East Main St., Southboro, MA 

Caroline Mazur, 4 Randall Rd., Berlin, MA 

Wayne K. McAuliffe, 25 Willis St., Apt. 37. Framingham, MA 

Bonnie R. McBride, 4 Imrie Rd. 1, Allston, MA 

James R. McCallum, 8 Soward St.. Hopedale, MA 

Shirlev McCutcheon, 151 F alley Dr.. Westfield. MA 

Lonnelda McGrath, 51 Joseph Rd., Framingham. MA 

Nancy McGrath. 14 Curve St.. Wellesley. MA 

Linda T. McKane. 117 Oak St., Ashland, MA 

Rita L. McKenzie. 9 Hull Dr., Saugus, MA 

Theresa McKie, 16 Webber Ave., Bedford, MA 

Hazel McMaster, Route 140, Sterling Jet.. MA 

Anne T. McNealy, 21 Rolling Ln., Hudson, MA 

William Mee. 50 Linda Ave., Framingham, MA 

Bernard Menedez. 10 Main St.. A 507, Framingham. MA 

John K. Mills, 488 Edgell Rd.. Framingham. MA 

Glenda L. Minkle. 19 Avery St., Needham. Hgts.. MA 

Sandra Minnucci, 50 Helen Dr.. Marlboro, MA 

Michael Mongiat, 107 Hayden Rowe St., Hopkinton, MA 

Joyce Montgomery. 163 Agawam St.. Lowell, MA 

Joan F. Moran, 45B Beaver Park Rd.. Framingham, MA 

Margaret Moreau, 151 Hubbard St., Concord, MA 

Christine Mulcahy, Box 882, Pocasset, MA 

M. L. Mulock, 70 Parish Rd., Needham, MA 

Kathleen Mulvey. 69 Richards St., Dedham, MA 

Margaret A. Munroe, 5 Farrant Rd., Natick, MA 

Janet M. Murphy, 40 Winter Park Rd.. Framingham. MA 

Janice E. Murphy. 39 Ackers Ave., Brookline, MA 

Joayanne Murphy, 25 Willis St., A 23, Framingham. MA 

Catherine Murray, 31 Benefit St., Attleboro. MA 

Barbara Musi, 146 Somerset Ave.. Winthrop, MA 



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Barbara Naughton, 21 Hiawatha Rd., Woburn, MA 

Jeanne Navin, 32 Anderson Rd., Marlboro, MA 

Elizabeth Neal, 1019 Waverly St., Framingham, MA 

Barbara Nemensky, 59 Edgewood Rd., Southboro, MA 

Jeanne Nerbonne, 42 Brook Terr., Weymouth, MA 

Patricia A. Niconchuk, 267 Lowell St., Peabody, MA 

Judith Nisbet, 58 Steven Rd., Bellingham, MA 

Ruth Nollman, 27 Barnesdale Rd., Natick, MA 

Karen Nordin, 100 Oldham. St., Pembroke, MA 

Joyce O'Neil, 152 Boston Turnpike Shrewsbury, MA 

Gloria J. O'Bea, Williams St., E. Pepperell, MA 

Nancy O'Brien, 57 Johnson Terr., Rockland, MA 

Susan M. O'Connell, 161 Sycamore Dr., Westwood, MA 

Susan T. O'Connell, 14 Pleasant St.. Natick, MA 

Colleen O'Grady, 24 Boulevard St., W. Springfield, MA 

Maria C. Olbes, 6 Greenview, A 6, Framingham, MA 

Stephen K. O'Neil, 198 E. Central St., Natick, MA 

Virginia O'Neil, 79 Howard St., Waltham, MA 

William L. O'Obrien, 55 Agnes Dr., Framingham. MA 

Lawrence Oregan, 31 Elmwood Ave., Natick, MA 

Anna Osbon, 6 Greystone Rd., Dover, MA 

Susan Osterman, 26 Carolyn Rd., So Weymouth, MA 

Jeanne Otenti, 6 Fairfield Terr., Saxonville, MA 

Linda Paille, Worcester St., Norton, MA 

Joseph C. Palladino, 50 Angelica Dr., Framingham, MA 

Kathleen Parmelee, 66 Clinton Ave., Oak Bluffs, MA 

Elaine Parsons, 63 Sheridan Cir., Winchester, MA 

Mary T. Paul, 14 Maple Cir., Shrewsbury, MA 

Arthur Payne, 12 Exchange St., Millis, MA 

Sandra Pease, 491 Webster St., Rockland. MA 

Jeannette T. Pechavar, 45 Depot St., Sharon, MA 

Diane Pedrotty, 8 Pamela Rd., Saugus, MA 

Paula Pelaggi, 64 Sanderson Ave., Dedham, MA 

Charlotte Perry, 98 Hartford St., Natick, MA 

Susan Perry 151 West St., Attleboro, MA 

Nancy Peters, 17 Forest Ave., Natick, MA 

Susan Petrowicz, Millville Rd., Uxbridge, MA 

Stephen Petty, 1 14 Woodland St., Sherborn, MA 

Michael Phelan, 11 Fairlawn St., Everett, MA 

Elizabeth Piantedosi, 14 Purchase St. Milford, MA 

Stephen Picariello, 17 Bantry Rd., Framingham, MA 

Thomas S. Pietroski, 175 Elmer Rd.. South Weymouth. MA 

Katherine Pignatare, P. Box 2144, Framingham, MA 

Bernadette Y. Pinto, 18 Grove St., Arlington, MA 

Sandra Piotte, 25 Woodridge Rd., Maynard, MA 

Ellen Pirozzi, 17 Brooks Rd., Sudbury, MA 

Anthony F. Plante, 24 Rolling Green Dr., Milford, MA 

Stanley Pleskowicz, 3 Walker St., Maynard, MA 

Karen Plichta, 433 Buffinton St., Fall River, MA 
Linda M. Piute, 177 Plain St., Millis, MA 
Marion Prazak, 103 Cliff Rd., Milton, MA 
Joanne L. Preiser, 121 E. Union St., Ashland, MA 
Kathleen Preston, 54 Banks St., Cambridge, MA 
Barbara H. Primiano, 387 Central St., Acton, MA 
Rebecca G. Prior, Oxford Rd., E. Douglas, MA 



Edith I. Proctor, 19 Brigham St., Westboro, MA 

Robert D. Quevillon, 27 Crestview Dr., Southbridge, MA 

Deborah Quist, 2 Kenwood Rd., Holden, MA 

Wanda Radny, 55 Sullivan St., So. Attleboro, MA 

Dianne Rae, 120 Mill St., Hopedale, MA 

Janis Raison, 58 Farnsworth St., Springfield, MA 

James S. Rando, 60 Hobbs Brook Rd., Waltham, MA 

Peter M. Ratchford, 41 Oakdale Rd., Framingham, MA 

Judith Ravinski, 9 Medway, Norfolk, MA 

Jeanne K. Reddy, 45 Brich St., Braintree, MA 

Barbara G. Reinap, 1206 Edgell Rd., Framingham, MA 

Susan Reisman, 35 Long Ave., Framingham, MA 

Joann T. Rice, 147 Turner Rd., Holliston, MA 

Sharon A. Rice, 31 Franklin St., Holliston, MA 

Barbara Richardson, 4 Latisquama Rd„ Southborough, MA 

Jayne P. Rideout, 398 S. Main St., Hopedale, MA 

William Rigney, 763 Bigelow St., Marlboro, MA 

Martha Rigoli, 187 Brown St., Waltham, MA 

Mary E. Riley, 61 North Ash St., Brockton, MA 

Michael Riley, 128 West Sixth St., Lowell, MA 

James P. Robichaud, 32 Mayflower Rd., Chestnut Hill, MA 

Sheila F. Robinson, 260 Union Ave., Framingham, MA 

Jane Roche, 3 Prospect Hill Ln., Waltham, MA 

Barbara A. Romans, 1011 South St., Walpole, MA 

Maureen Rooney, 181 Summer St., Framingham, MA 

Eileen Rose, 178 So. Main St., Natick, MA 

Steven Rose, 178 So Main St., Natick, MA 

Cynthia Rossi, 266 Lincoln Rd., Walpole, MA 

Janis Rothstein, 28 Lexington Rd., Longmeadow, MA 

Linda Rowley, 442 Mystic St., Arlington, MA 

Christine L. Rubino, Fisher St., Medway, MA 

Joann D. Rubino, 220 High St., Lawrence, MA 

Nancy Rupp, 138 N. Oakland St., Lakewood, NJ 

Susan Russell, 44 Portland St., New Bedford, MA 

Julie Russo, 134 Ellison Pk., Waltham, MA 

Maria Russo, 33 Taylor St., Framingham, MA 

Richard Ryan, 15 Saint Lo Rd., Framingham, MA 

Susan Saffrom, 76 Booth St., Needham, MA 

Christopher C. Saladino, 49 Elda Rd., Framingham, MA 

Cynthia Sandberg, 272 Sylvia St., Arlington, MA 

Virginia Sands, 19 Fruit St., Hopkinton, MA 

Paul A. Sannicandro, 14 Adin St., Hopedale, MA 

Linda Santelli, 148 Mechanic St., Southbridge, MA 

Janet Santoro, 7 Woods Rd., Belmont, MA 

Beverly Saunders Haven Ave., Rockport, MA 

Kim Savino, 30 Orne St., Worcester, MA 

Lisa Sax, 424 Pike Ave., Attleboro, MA 

Ann Scagnelli, 227 Danforth St., Framingham, MA 

Cheryl Scagnelli, 526 Winter St., Framingham, MA 

Barbara Schaefer, 157 Jerrold St., Holliston, MA 

Liane Schurzky, 45 Mystic Lake Dr., Arlington, MA 

Sara Seekings, 34 Linda Ave., Framingham, MA 

Joanne Senier, 15 Village St., Medway, MA 

Rebecca M. Senior, 128 Glezen Ln., Wayland, MA 

Sandra Servant, 208 Breakneck Rd., Southbridge, MA 



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Brenda L. Seymour, 65 Snow Dr., Littleton, MA 
Anita M. Shaw, 230 Maiden St., Revere, MA 
Marcia E. Shawdee, 29 Gordon St., A 10, Framingham, MA 
Louise Silvestri, 97 Dana St., Springfield, MA 
Sandra H. Simmons, 10 Pheasant Cir. Apt. 7, Milford, MA 
Julianne Skinner, 135 Winsor Ave., Watertown, MA 
Susan G. Skinner, Lowell Rd„ Groton, MA 
■ Deanna J. Sklenak, 93 Robbins St., Sudbury, MA 
Ilene S. Feinberg, 45 Auburn St., Framingham, MA 
Judith K. Smith, 519 Elm Rd„ Walpole, MA 
Nancy S. Snape, 84 Eastwood Rd., Groton, Ct 
Sharon Snell, 21 Richard Rd.. Hudson, MA 
Elizabeth Sommer, 42 Benton Rd., Belmont, MA 
Margaret Spiby, 7 Winter St., Melrose, MA 
Karen Spink, West Main St., E. Brookfield, MA 
Donna Stevenson, 46 Susan Rd., Marlborough, MA 
Margaret Stone, 24 Warren Rd., Framingham, MA 
Jean Stoppel, 515 Belknap Rd., Framingham, MA 
Audrey Sullivan, 35 Winter St., North boro, MA 
Patricia A. Sullivan, 371 Neck St., No. Weymouth, MA 
Patricia E. Sullivan, 641 Townsend St., Fitchburg, MA 
Judith A. Sundell, 40 Barnard Rd., Worcester, MA 
Sheila F. Sutfin, 5 Halsey Way, Natick, MA 
Grace Taylor, 364 Union Ave., A 3, Framingham, MA 
James A. Taylor, 12 America St., Framingham, MA 
Paul Taylor, 103 Marlboro Rd., Southboro, MA 
Carole Teeven, Whitehorse Beach, Plymouth, MA 
Karen Telian, 135 Bonham Rd., Dedham, MA 
Patricia Thibault, 93 Congress St., Milford, MA 
Carole J. Thomas, 934 Greendale Ave., Needham, MA 
Elizabeth Tice, 88 South St., 1 Westboro, MA 
Richard S. Tirrell, 31 13 Marion Rd., Framingham, MA 
Linda Tobin, 2 Maiden Ln., Wayland, MA 
Ingrid Todd, 364 Exchange St., Millis, MA 
Joseph Tomasz, 72 Eliot St., Ashland, MA 
Katherine Tosches, 20 Magnolia St., Framingham, MA 
Peter Tosches, 22 East Walnut St., Milford, MA 
Marie Tranfaglia, 596 Western Ave., Lynn. MA 
John Travis, 18 Woodleigh Rd., Framingham, MA 
Gerard Trinque, 90 Pleasant St., Ashland, MA 
Diane M. Troumpalos, 14 Dartmouth St., Marlboro, MA 
Laurel Turkington, 106 Cochituate Rd., Framingham, MA 
Patricia Turner, 4 Ledgewood Dr., Canton, MA 
James M. Turpin, 371 Edgell Rd., Framingham, MA 
Paul F. Tymon, 76 Worthington Ave., Shrewsbury, MA 
Alice Venturoso, 200 Pond St., Franklin, MA 
Jose Vieira, 96 West St., Milford, MA 
Christine W. Vincent, 183 Whitwell St., Quincy, MA 
Richard H. Voght, 31 Chestnut St., Framingham, MA 
Dennis Walsh, 91 Florence St., Apt. 2, Marlborough, MA 
Helen Walsh, 239 Daniels St., Franklin, MA 
Kathleen Walsh, 76 Lincoln St., Hudson, MA 
Mary Warren, 9 Shirley Terr., Randolph, MA 
Ann L. Wasgatt, 122 Uncatena Ave., Worcester, MA 
Rosalind Weaver, 52 Cherry St., Ashland, MA 
June A. Weisgerber, 11 Brownlea Rd., Framingham, MA 



Christine Whalen, 36 Beacon Ave., Holyoke, MA 

Kathleen Wheaton, 533 Sterling Ave.. Lakewood, NJ 

Diane E. White, 20 Cunningham St., Westboro. MA 

Jean H. White, 13 Water St., Hudson, MA 

Deborah Whitney, 180 Village St., Millis, MA 

Dennis C. Willis, 560 N. Main St., A 201C, Leominster, MA 

Richard S. Willis, 93 Taralli Terr.. Framingham, MA 

Mary D. Wills, 238 Village St., Medway, MA 

Fred Wilson, 284 Mossman Rd.. Sudbury, MA 

Henry P. Woll, 50 Highledge Ave., Wellesley, MA 

Rhonda M. Woodman, Woodland Hill Bid. 1, Wellesley, MA 

Barbara C. Woods, 87 Ash St., Concord, MA 

Nancy Zanca, 57 Bond St., Marlboro, MA 

Robert G. Zinkus, 45 Hilton Ave., Worcester, MA 

Janis Zrebiec, 2 Interfaith Terr. Framingham, MA 



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ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 

Framingham State College 



The Alumni Association extends 

Greetings and Best Wishes 

for your future. 



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Congratulations and Best Wishes 
To the Class of 1974 

The Framingham State College Geographical Assoc. 





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And is not time even as love is, undi- 
vided and spaceless? 

But if in your thought you must meas- 
ure time into seasons, let each season 
encircle all other seasons, 

And let today embrace the past with 
remembrance and the future with long- 
ing. 

Gibran 
Class of '"75" 



Best of Luck 
to the 

Class of 74 

from 

S.G.A. 



Time goes so fast life 
asks so much no won- 
der friends get out of 
touch but in our hearts 
deep, true, unseen 
friendship stays for- 
ever green 



Best of Luck 
To "Our" Seniors 



From 



THE CLASS OF 76 



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Kindness in words creates 



Kindness in thinking creates 



Kindness in giving creates 



confidence 



profoundness 



love 



Lao-Tse 



CLASS OF 77 



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WE BELIEVE IN MUSIC 

-and the Class of 74 



Best wishes from the Music Club 



"Were it left for me to decide whether we should have a government without 
newspapers, or newspapers without a government. I should not hesitate a 
moment to prefer the latter.*' 

-Thomas Jefferson 



Congratulations and best wishes to 

The Class of 14 

with Love from The Gatepost 



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'we're small but we're here" 



COXGRA TULA TIOXS 

to the class of 74 
from 

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Pizza Pub 



BEST WISHES 



TO THE 



CLASS OE 1974 



FROM THE 



SOCIOLOGY CLUB 



Congratulations to the 
Class of 74 




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notional bonk 



AShawmut Assoc cr or Bank • MemberFC 



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Framingham 

Savings 

Downtown Nobscot 

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the bank that's everywhere you turn 



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COMPLIMENTS OF 



CHICK'S CONSTRUCTION CO., INC 



MARSHALL STREET 



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BEST WISHES 



TO THE CLASS OF 1974 



from 



Dennison Manufacturing Co. 



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Best Wishes 



from Purdy's 



and their college representative 



Norm Benrimo 



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PA TRONS 



Mr. Auedis Aghjayan 

Mr. Gregory Alluzio 

Mr. Ralph Appleby 

Mrs. Robert C. Bartlett 

Mr. and Mrs. Julien Blongeard 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Browders 

Mrs. Alfred E. Brundige 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cashman 

Mr. and Mrs. George Christ 

Mrs. Charles A. Clifford 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham 

Mr. and Mrs. John F. Donohue 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Dugas 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Dunn, Sr. 

Mr. William E. Dunville 

Mr. and Mrs. William Eddy, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Etter 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Evans 

Mr. William Fannon 

Mr. Pietro Ferrara 

Mrs. Maryanne Filosa 

Mr. Raymond Finn 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fitzmaurice 

Mrs. Edward Ford 

Mr. and Mrs. D. Gattineri 

Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gaudieu 

Mrs. Anna Grace 



Mr. Haywood Hartwell 

Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ffutton 

Mr. and Mrs. Morton H. Katz 

Mr. Esber Hoprucu 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Lanigan 

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Lambert 

Mr. Stanley Lubu 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald MacPhee 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mongiat 

Mr. and Mrs. Alton E. Nelson, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Verne Norman 

Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Payne, Sr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Peters 

Mr. and Mrs. Wallace D. Przybyuen 

Mr. William B. Riley 

Mrs. Alice Roberts 

Mrs. Edward Pock 

Mr. and Mrs. George Pohan 

Mr. Paul Saint 

Mr. and Mrs. Rocco S. Savino 

Mrs. Angela Sax 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Soma 

Mr. Frank Stadvicki 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald M. Starr 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turkington 

Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Xenos 



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Organizing the 1974 Dial into a substantial work was a 
formidable task. Preparations began last spring with the 
underlying feeling that this book should be somewhat 
stimulating always prevalent. 

We encountered difficulties including a depleting staff, 
and shakey financial arrangements. Somehow, despite all 
this, we completed the book to our satisfaction. Changes 
have occurred—this Dial differs markedly from previous 
years', but change is inevitable. For reasons, mainly 
financial, we were limited to a fewer number of pages 
than in the past, therefore to utilize the pages we had to 
their utmost was the foundation for the changes made. 

We would like to thank the members of the faculty 
and student body for their suggestions, criticisms, and 
encouragement. Dial also thanks: Dean DeSaulnier— 
thanks Ted, for giving us the freedom to operate and 
express ourselves fully. Dr. Ambacher, Dr. Doyle and 
Ms. Guertin— for your cooperation concerning the faculty 
section. Special appreciation goes to Joe Donovan of 
Wm. J. Keller, Inc.— Joe, your support, suggestions and 
especially your encouragement pulled us through times 
when we wondered if it was all really worth it! 

There is a definite message in this edition of Dial— our 
aim was to explicitly state our views— subtle expressions 
would not have achieved the desired effect. 

We leave you with the thought of truth then, having 
been true to our goal for this book. Only by being true to 
ourselves, our needs and the needs of others will all 
things be in harmony. 

Rita Lanigan 
Editor-in-chief 



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